This talk is from The Institute for Critical Animal Studies Oceania 2014 Conference: Critical Animal Studies in the Asia-Pacific.It features a Q and A featuring Curtis and also Jess Ison - you can hear Jess's talk from the conference here: https://archive.org/details/JessIsonOnAnimalsAustraliasNoWayToTreatALadyCampaignYou can hear other talks from this conference on episode 54 of: http://progressivepodcastaustralia.com Topics: queer, queer assimilation, homophobia
Lil Thoughts a teen girls first big crush, on another girl. How does she deal with homophobia, friendships, and general teen angst in 7 quick minutes? A quirky combination of animated characters and live-action scenes, this video has been two years in the making, and is Sam Boyds first independent project. Topics: homophobia, gender, high school
For the first time in its existence, the Amsterdam Gay Pride put the African continent in the picture. African Gays were partying along on their very own boat during the canal parade. âIn Sudan, you can get decapitated for being gay. And in Malawi, you can get sent to prison for 14 years,â explains Toni La Tegola the importance of addressing homosexuality in African communities. This time for Africa La Tegola, working with the African Foundation for Gay Youth, is pleased to see their boat... Topics: Gay, africa, LGBT, Homophobia, activist
The Bible has consistently been used to justify hatred against gays and lesbians, yet what does it really say? Is the Bible truly homophobic or can a deeper understanding invite respect and compassion. Rev. Forrest Gilmore is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and has served congregations in Monterey, CA and Princeton, NJ. He is a graduate of Cornell University and Starr King School for the Ministry. Topics: Homophobia, homosexuality, bible, homosexual, UU, UUA, Unitarian
Griffâs WTP from last week generated comments from regular listener GuinnessCub. This week GuinnessCub shares his experience as a gay black male and responds to some of the items brought up last week. Jeff is on assignment this week researching next week's show. Topics: homophobia, Race Relations, Torture, bears, cubs, gay
This week on the show, host Julie Lalonde chats with Professor Amy Denissen about her research on gendered homophobia in the trades. Then Nelly was in the studio to give us an update on Yara Sallam who was on our show in the fall talking about her work in Egypt. She was arrested on the weekend and Nelly was in the studio to give us details. Music by TuNe-yARdS, Patti Cake and more. Topics: feminism, activism, trades, tradespeople, sexism, homophobia, Egypt
Recently a "town hall meeting" came together to discuss homophobia, hate crimes, and the case of Luke O'Donovan. On New Year's Eve, a queer teen, Luke O'Donovan, was jumped by a violent mob who called him homophobic slurs and beat him. He was stabbed in the back, and acted in self-defense to save his life. He was arrested at the hospital and is being charged with aggravated assault, while all of his attackers are walking free. The corporate media accused Luke of going on an unprovoked... Topic: indymedia, atlanta, homophobia, police, self-defense, meeting
From Tunisia to Egypt to Yemen to Syria. Get the latest news from rebellions spreading in the Middle East. Blogger and videographer Philip Rizk joins us from Cairo Egypt and Palestinian historian Salmon Abu Sitta from Kuwait. And kicking off Black history month, we have a controversial discussion on homophobia in the Black community. We will be joined by Columbia University professor Kendall Thomas. Ira Kurzban, the lawyer for Jean Bertrand Aristide, deposed President of Haiti gives us an... Topics: Egypt, Homophobia, Black Community, Haiti, Earth Minute
The Diary of Reverend Lance Pinchcolt (Gayfinder General, CofE). A satirical series about homophobia and neo-puritanism in the Church. Lance preaches at the wedding of Marjorie and Derek. Topics: Church, Preaching, Wedding, Service, Christian, Fundamentalism, Homophobia
In this episode, we learn if smoking is a good thing or a bad thing. Also, what do you do about casual homophobia? Finally, we welcome Aubrey to this weekâs show and we find some guys just have funky spunk, no not Aubreyâs. All this and who would you like to sleep with more. Topics: col, smoking, smokers, casual homophobia, craigslist, aubrey
LibriVox recording of Edward II by Christopher Marlowe, performed by a full cast. Christopher Marlowe's Elizabethan tragedy focuses on the downfall of King Edward II, whose love for his favorite courtier, Piers Gaveston, leads to rebellion. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Gaveston: Chuck Williamson King Edward II: Martin Geeson Lancaster/Berkeley: Todd Mortimer Senior/Monks/Matrevis: Ric F Mortimer Junior: mb Earl of Kent: Arielle Lipshaw Earl of Warwick/Sir John of Hainault/Lightborn: Alan... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audio, play, drama, tragedy, marlowe, homophobia Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
An interview with Anthony Stanford about his book, Homophobia in the Black Church, on "Connecting the Dots" by Judy Drummond on 7/24/14. Topics: KPOO, Connecting the Dots, Judy Drummond, Anthony Stanford, Homophobia in the Black Church,...
This is my first Podcast. I chose to discuss bullying and discrimination. This is just about a minute and a half of me sharing some of my views about the world. Topics: Bullying, discrimination, Sexism, Racism, Homophobia, Celebrities, Hate, Love
Sergio Viula speaks about the struggle LGBT people have been through with the National Congress consent as they have never passed one single law to benefit LGBT people and have refused to vote for PLC 122 - the anti-discrimination bill contemplating sexual orientatin and gender identity. Please watch this video and help us press on the government for action. Topics: lgbt, homophobia, transphobia, anti-discrimination bill, olymícs, world cup
This week on the show, host Julie Lalonde gets a surprise visit from her old co-host, Stef! They talk smack about anti-choice policies and read a heartwarming story about a young man who stood up for homophobia his brother was experiencing. Finally, we end on a happy note! Topics: feminism, anti-choice, community radio, homophobia, trans*phobia
This is my first Podcast. I chose to discuss bullying and discrimination. This is just a minute and a half of me sharing my view of the world. Topics: Bullying, discrimination, Sexism, Racism, Homophobia, Celebrities, Hate, Love
Pete Peters hosted Scriptures for America on shortwave and via internet. He has been labeled a racist preacher and homophobe. His broadcasts are interesting, informative and give a unique perspective. He died in 2011. Topics: SFA, Pete Peters, racism, homophobia, Scriptures for America
byVan Stone, Chris; Winnow, Jackie; Human Rights Commission of San Francisco (San Francisco, Calif.); San Francisco AIDS Foundation; Shanti Project (San Francisco, Calif.); San Francisco (Calif.). AIDS Office
Caption title Topics: AIDS Discrimination Reporting Project, AIDS (Disease), HIV-positive persons, Homophobia
Presentation of the film "No Homo" about youth and the subject of homophobia produced and created by New Lens Media. Following the film was a panel discussion with testimony and stories of youth and adults that identify accross the spectrum of sexuality, discussing homophobia and LGBTQ alliedship and solidarity. Held at the Baltimore Enoch Pratt Library, Waverly Branch 1/12/11 New Lens is a youth driven social justice organization that makes art and media about issues where a youth... Topics: New Lens, no homo, pratt library, homophobia, alliedship
This week we spoke with Jerry Koch, an anarchist who was coercively imprisoned for refusing to cooperate with a federal grand jury in New York City, about Luke O'Donovan's legal case.From Luke's support website:"On New Year’s Eve of 2013, Luke O’Donovan attended a house party in Reynoldstown, a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. Luke was seen dancing with and kissing other men at the party. Later in the night he was insulted with homophobic slurs, and attacked by several people at once.... Topics: anarchism, prison, LGBTQ, homophobia, Luke O'Donovan, Jerry Koch
The science of hate in the human brain, 9/11 revenge killings, racial, homophobic and transphobic hate crimes, as well as the Museum of Tolerance. Also American History X, Boys Don't Cry, Milk and the X-Men. Topics: Caustic Soda, podcast, hate crimes, homophobia, transphobia, racism
This document was previously uploaded but was requested to be removed by Inspector A. Parnham - thus Lincolnshire Police are censoring me and therefore breaching the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Art 19 and the Human Rights Act 1998 of which I am excising. Topic: homophobia censorship homosexual police human rights misconduct lincolnshire police lincoln
This zine was compiled for the Earth First! Trans' and Womyn's Action Camp in 2009. It is a basic overview of anti-oppression principles. It explores white privilege, male privilege, gender, transphobia, homophobia, ablism, classism, and ageism. Topics: zine, zines, anti-oppression, race, racism, gender, homophobia, earth first
This month, does Botox really make you appear younger, healthier and more attractive? Can we predict whether a woman will fall in love or lust with a man at first sight? And why Vladimir Putin is the worldâs most confusing homophobe. More info: robertburriss.com Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or view the feed Topics: sexuality, homophobia, cosmetic surgery, speed dating, masculinity, face
Interference Archivewww.interferencearchive.orgFilm screening: Out in the Night as part of the Self Determination Inside/Out seriesSaturday November 15, 2014Join Terrain Dandridge, Patreese Johnson, and Renata Hill of the New Jersey 4 for a screening of Out in the Night.Out in the Night is a documentary that tells the story of a group of young friends, African American lesbians from Newark, who were out one night in 2006, in the gay friendly West Village in New York City, when they were... Topics: prison, jail, incarceration, racism, sexism, homophobia, lgbt, gay, lesbian, homosexual, queer,...
Perspectives on serving in the military during Don't Ask Don't Tell from a 20-year veteran of the Air Force who is now out as a lesbian. Topics: lesbian, gay, military, don't ask don't tell, homophobia, air force
'Mindenki Joga' on Budapest's Civil Radio 98fm - redjade show #034 to be posted at http://LMV.hu/mindenkijoga Topics: human rights, budapest, mindenki joga, civil radio, redjade, spain, spanish revolution, homophobia,...
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again spoke with MMA fighter Fallon Fox. Since coming out in March 2013 as the first openly transgender MMA fighter, she has been the focus of much attention both inside and outside the combat sports. She now regularly writes for Time.com, the web site of "Time", as well as other sites. She was recently named to the prestigious Trans 100 list, has been profiled in numerous publications including in a cover story in the... Topics: No Holds Barred, Eddie Goldman, Fallon Fox, LGBT, sports, homophobia, transphobia, MMA, trans,...
There have been many news stories of tragic suicides, beatings, and taunting between youths because of homophobic attitudes. Everyone can do something to protect children and work to stop bullying; all parents and teachers have this responsibility. Join us as we discuss raising compassionate and kind children, and share some personal experiences. Guests: - Amy Scharf, the former national program director for GroundSparkâs Respect for All Project. - Kirya Traber is a nationally awarded spoken... Topics: LGBTQ, tolerance, bullying, discrimination, perseverance, homophobia, education, civil rights,...
So David Gregory is to be the new host of Meet the Press. Will he still open every show with "Our issues this Sunday"? If not, I'm more than willing to adopt the format. To wit . . . Our issues this Monday: Christmas lights and Salvation Army bell-ringers â welcome symbols of the holiday season, or visual and aural pollution that ought to be sent to the cultural scrap heap alongside wassail and Twelfth Night and candles on the Christmas tree? And then: Dr. James Dobson. The founder... Topics: podcast, snark-gap transmission, christmas, lights, salvation army, religion, homophobia, gay...
NYC Council candidate Cheryl Pahaham robocall criticizing Council candidate Thomas Lopez-Pierre for making "sexist, homophobic and racist comments" during his campaign. Topics: robocalls, new york city council, nyc, politics, elections, racism, homophobia, antisemitism